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Recieved the liquid pro and other TIM's to begin testing. I will flushing my water loops today and getting some temps from stock and at 4.7 OC then tomorrow ill crack the chip open and test with the new TIM's. I will run IBT for 10 passes. Temps will be kept with Aida 64, since real temp show my idle on two cores at 0c-2c, and the other two at 15-20c.
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Actually that's incorrect. It depends on whether your starting point is A or B. B is x% lower than A or A is x% higher than B. In this case the two correct statements would be 64C is 23% lower than 84C (20/84 = 23.80%) or 84% is 31% higher 64C (20/64=31.25%). It all depends on your starting point as you can see.

I already said that in a previous post. 

What im trying to say is that there is no other reference point other than the two numbers and that this percentage increases or decreases hold true no matter if you talk about temperature, miles or cows.

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Man, you guys are still at it? Sigh. It was more entertaining hearing the temperature arguments. Good times.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Nyghtryder_9 View Post

Recieved the liquid pro and other TIM's to begin testing. I will flushing my water loops today and getting some temps from stock and at 4.7 OC then tomorrow ill crack the chip open and test with the new TIM's. I will run IBT for 10 passes. Temps will be kept with Aida 64, since real temp show my idle on two cores at 0c-2c, and the other two at 15-20c.
Could you create your own thread with the results instead of posting here? It would make my life a lot easier. lol biggrin.gif
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Could you create your own thread with the results instead of posting here? It would make my life a lot easier. lol biggrin.gif
I was just about to say the same.

Pointless arguments going on this thread about percentages, delta's and other stuff that this thread has gotten derailed.

@Nyghtryder_9 - any way you could do some videos along the way?

What you're about to do is relevant to my interests. thumb.gif
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post #146 of 288
Quote:
Originally Posted by 2010rig View Post

I was just about to say the same.
Pointless arguments going on this thread about percentages, delta's and other stuff that this thread has gotten derailed.
@Nyghtryder_9 - any way you could do some videos along the way?
What you're about to do is relevant to my interests. thumb.gif

+1 to this. Although I've already sub'd Nyghtryder, so ill be notified anytime he posts. Really interested to see what his results are, tho i dont think id have the balls to do this myself. As a first time build from scratch I'm happy with my Ivy and my anemic 4.2Ghz OC
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Nyghtryder_9 View Post

Recieved the liquid pro and other TIM's to begin testing. I will flushing my water loops today and getting some temps from stock and at 4.7 OC then tomorrow ill crack the chip open and test with the new TIM's. I will run IBT for 10 passes. Temps will be kept with Aida 64, since real temp show my idle on two cores at 0c-2c, and the other two at 15-20c.
applaud.gif Great news, can't wait to see your results! Quick question, will you be running these tests with your cooler directly on the cpu die or will you be putting the IHS back on? Or both ways?
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I already said that in a previous post. 
What im trying to say is that there is no other reference point other than the two numbers and that this percentage increases or decreases hold true no matter if you talk about temperature, miles or cows.

I wasn't refering to you. I was refering to johnnieboi who keeps bringing up 0 kelvin for some incomprehensible reason.
    
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Lol, it is Intel after all, they use the cheapest TIM possible in order to cut costs. Probably the same stuff on their heatsinks.
     
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Just so you all know, this has been done by a forum member with very interesting results. http://www.overclock.net/t/1256249/video-added-watercooling-results-replacing-the-internal-ihs-tim-of-an-i7-3770k

The best results came from no IHS at all, but a more thorough test between different TIM's would be great to have as well.
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